Remove Attitudes Remove Facebook Remove Firewalls Remove Problem

Social Networking – A Contrarian View

Upside Learning

Sure, lots of companies want to replicate ‘Facebook’ behind the firewall; safe from prying eyes, but open enough for employees to freely express themselves. In the years to come, as people change their attitude and mind-sets about the tools, they are sure to have an impact.

Profile of a learning architect: Nick Shackleton-Jones

Clive on Learning

Initially the training effort was targeted at meeting specific knowledge objectives, but Nick soon realised that what was really needed was a change in behaviour, and that this was largely driven by underlying attitudes to safety. By aligning the modules to tasks, this problem is avoided.

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Why Corporate Training is Broken And How to Fix It

Jay Cross

Training departments are mired in Industrial Age, top-down attitudes, and that’s not playing well with Network Era, customer-focused workers. Goofing off, Facebook, the football pool. Workers collaborate to solve problems and come up with fresh thinking.

Notes from DevLearn and the Adobe Learning Summit

Steve Howard

interaction behind the company firewall – safe, secure conversations not visible to the public. and that’s great because now we are replacing it with ‘new media’ with new technologies and attitudes. ” No problem, because Leo’s shows are engaging so audience wants more. ultimately companies will be able to run their own wave server – behind firewall if they want. INTRODUCTION.